Indonesia's Jakarta Provincial Government is planning to implement the electronic road pricing system (ERP) in the capital city.
The ERP system would automatically charge motorists who enter certain roads in Jakarta. The tariff would range from 5-19 thousand rupiah, depending on the category and type of vehicle.
Jakarta's transportation agency said, that ERP tariffs would apply to both cars and motorcycles. Currently, the Jakarta Government is planning to implement the ERP system on 25 roads across the capital including Jendral Sudirman, Panglima Polim, Rasuna Said, and Pasar Senen Streets.
Although no date has been set on when an ERP system could be put in place, Jakarta's transportation agency said they are currently aiming to complete the regulations and legal aspects of an ERP system by the end of 2023.